180 Degree Infrared Panorama from the Wood Bridge by Craig Snapp
Updated: Sep 6, 2019
Dimensions 10"x 30"
Medium Type: Black & White Print on Metal
Artist Information: CRAIG P. SNAPP – Artist Abridged Bio (May 2019)
Craig retired to Maine in 2003 and iinitially focused his photography hobby on digitally stitched panoramas for the promotion of land conservation in Washington County. He’s been an active volunteer for several land conservation non-profits, providing digital mapping and photography support along with public-access preserve stewardship. He has always had a strong love of nature and has focused his amateur photography hobby on Maine’s striking landscapes with its wonderful natural variations of sky, weather, seasons and tides. Some of his images have received recognition at juried shows such as the Topsham Library’s “Joy of the Lens” and the Boothbay Regional Art Foundation’s “Maine Photography Show”. His recent “Eclectic SnappShots 2018” exhibit at the Moore Memorial Library in Steuben included a selection of landscape panoramas, spherical keyhole panoramas and images of sunrise, sunset, moonset, Milky Way, infrared, black & white, natural world, wildlife, still life and people. All of Craig’s photos are for sale at a price dependent on size and media.